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  • Seasonal Meal Planning: Spring

    It's that time again!
    It's been 3 months since I began cooking dinners according to my Winter seasonal meal plan. You can search this forum for "Seasonal" to find that and my plan for Fall. Here's my 14-day Spring dinner menu, organized by animal (I mix up the order as I feel like it). Links are to inspiration recipes (which are not necessarily primal! I adapt).


    Beef
    taco beef with radish and avocado salsa
    spaghetti squash with meaty tomato sauce
    meatballs and fried cabbage
    Italian wedding soup
    beef fried "rice"

    Chicken
    tom kha gai
    chicken Cobb salad

    Pork
    crockpot pulled pork with mustard sauce and slaw
    leftovers of above

    Seafood/no central meat
    Seared salmon with spinach in roasted poblano cream sauce
    cream of asparagus soup
    BLT benedict with mozzerella and avocado
    pan-fried shrimp with green curry cashew sauce & sesame carrot salad



    Shopping List
    (note this list doesn't include all spices)
    5 lbs ground beef
    1 whole chicken
    1 pork shoulder
    1 lb salmon
    1 lb shrimp
    1 pkg bacon

    1 carton eggs
    heavy cream
    1 small tub plain yogurt

    1 box frozen spinach
    4 avocados
    1 head romaine
    6 radishes
    a few jalapenos
    2 salad's worth of tomatoes (how many depends on the size)
    3 lbs asparagus
    1 bag onions
    1 large spaghetti squash
    1 thumb ginger
    lemongrass
    mushrooms
    1 bag carrots
    2 poblanos
    10oz spinach
    1 bunch cilantro
    1 lime
    1 head cabbage
    1 head cauliflower (1-2 if you want riced cauli in your wedding soup)


    dijon mustard
    2 cans coconut milk
    fish sauce
    tomato sauce (no added ingredients!)
    1 small container grated parmesan cheese
    1 small can cashews
    vinegar of your choice
    several pints of chicken stock (I use better than bullion or homemade so I don't know the exact amount)
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